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Horizons and microscopic oroganisations characteristic of degraded soils on Cambrian schists in central Brittany



Horizons and microscopic oroganisations characteristic of degraded soils on Cambrian schists in central Brittany



Soil micromorphology Volume 2 Soil genesis: 559-565



Horizons and micro-organisations characteristic of degraded soils were studied in a sequence on Cambrian schists in the Armorican Massif. The horizons in the upper part of the sequence are developed in an acid, well-drained, silty material. The horizons in the downslope part of the sequence are developed in a silty to silty clay, acid, reducing material.

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